A number of buildings in the downtown area of Maine's capital city have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Kennebec Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2jTduLT ) the designation … Click to Continue »
From the possible death of one of the most infamous balls in golf to the continuing expansion plans at Augusta National and an Icelandic golfer's new sponsorship, here is a collection of this week's top business stories in the golf industry.
Danny Willett has 2½ months to rediscover his game before making a pressure-filled return to Augusta National as the defending Masters champion
Jordan Spieth wants to flash the pearly whites a little more in 2017, and, aside from perhaps getting revenge at Augusta National, enjoy his professional life a little more. “Honestly, I want to have a lot more fun,” Spieth said Tuesday at the Sony Open in Hawaii, in Honolulu. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth is looking to simplify and have more fun in 2017. (Getty Images) Jordan Spieth wants to flash the pearly whites a little more in 2017, and, aside from perhaps getting revenge at Augusta National, enjoy his professional life a little more. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth has always done well at Augusta National. (Getty Images) It’s hard not to remember — and cringe at the thought of — Jordan Spieth’s Masters-stunting 8 on the par-3 12th in last April’s final round. It’s a seminal moment in Masters history. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth hit 8-iron over the bunker on the 12th hole at Augusta National
The following piece originally published on April 11, 2016. JORDAN SPIETH WAS HARRY HOUDINI at Augusta National Golf Club, but even he couldn't escape two balls in the water at No. 12, the world's most famous par-3 hole, a watery grave for so many on their quest for a Green Jacket. Show More Summary
There are apparently some pretty nice perks to being a PGA Tour commissioner
Peyton Manning carries a 4.4 USGA handicap index. (Getty Images) Pey-ton in a green jack-et. Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is apparently set to become a member of Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters, according to a report from Austin Rhodes of the Augusta-area radio station, WGAC. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Jordan Spieth’s 2016 is going to be remembered most for what didn’t happen. He didn’t win the Masters, despite heading to the back nine at Augusta National with a four-stroke lead. However, Spieth...Show More Summary
Eric Loken writes: Do by any chance remember the bogus survey that Augusta National carried out in 2002 to deflect criticism about not having any female members? I even remember this survey being ridiculed by ESPN who said their polls showed much more support for a boycott and sympathy with Martha Burke. Show More Summary
If you were to ask a golfer where they would play if they could play anywhere in the world, Augusta National is one of the answers you’d hear most. Unfortunately for all of us, playing Augusta National is not a reality. For people like Peyton Manning, it’s much more realistic. Show More Summary
Is the Olympic Course in dire straits? How much will a Masters Trophy won by Arnold Palmer sell for? What did Augusta National purchase now? Find out in this week's top stories in the golf business.
Augusta National seems to be in a never-ending period of expansion nowadays, constantly tweaking and updating so its practically perfect (...)
According to Damon Cline of the Augusta Chronicle
(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) Researchers want to know whether a vitamin K supplement is an effective, inexpensive way to help reduce the cardiovascular risk of obese children.
Australia's Cameron Davis shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, with the winner Sunday getting a spot in the Masters next year at Augusta National
Australia's Cameron Davis shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, with the winner Sunday getting a spot in the Masters next year at Augusta National.
A group of Southern California youth golfers have qualified for the Drive, Chip and Putt National finals to be held on April 2 before the start of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. For girls, the participants are Kristina Xu of Claremont (age 7 to 9); Lucy Yuan of San Diego...